Apparently concluding that man cannot live on potato chips alone, JetBlue is planning to offer meals for sale on some of its longer flights, according to the Flightglobal.com aviation news Web site.
The airline will start rolling out five meal options — four boxed meals and one cheese and cracker tray — in the next few weeks on all flights scheduled to last more than three hours and 45 minutes. The meals will cost $6 each.
JetBlue is known for providing free unlimited snacks and drinks but has never provided or sold more substantial fare. Hot meals are out of the question. JetBlue aircraft have no galleys.